NovaJet PhotoLustre PE Paper 250 WR (PLP 250 WR)

NovaJet PhotoLustre PE Paper 250 WR
For water based (dye & pigment) inkjet printing of high resolution photographic prints
Product Description & Application
NovaJet PhotoLustre PE Paper 250 WR (PLP 250 WR) is a PE coated paper, top-coated with satin ink-receptive layer. It is suitable for proofing applications and indoor applications such as high resolution posters for photographic prints.
Features & Benefits
High whiteness for wide colour gamut and deep rich colours
Unique coating for sharp & vibrant photo finish prints
High opacity for limited show-through
Water-resistant media for longer life of printed image
Product Specifications
PE coated paper
250 gsm (± 5 gsm)
Surface Finish
Ink Compatibility
Water-based Dye and Pigment Inks
Ink Limit
Up to 360% with Dye Inks, 250% & above with Pigment Inks
Two years from the date of manufacture when stored in original packing at 20 - 25°C and 50% RH.
432 mm x 30 m; 610 mm x 30 m; 914 mm x 30 m; 1067 mm x 30 m; 1118 mm x 30 m;
1270 mm x 30 m; 1524 mm x 30 m
Durability of Media
The durability of the printed image is dependent on the fading characteristics of the inks used. Please consult the ink manufacturer for technical advice.
If the printed graphics are likely to be exposed to corrosive liquids, smoke, fumes or a highly polluted atmosphere, or if there is a likelihood of scratching & friction, it is strongly recommended that the prints are laminated with a UV stabilised vinyl lamination film with a solvent-based adhesive.
This Media, when printed and protected as indicated above (with a laminate), can have an image life expectancy of up to 6 months in indoor conditions.
Usage Instructions
It is recommended to condition the media in the normal printing environment for 24 hours before printing.
While printing, care must be taken to modify the print file to suit the ink limit of the media. For best results, please ensure proper colour calibration. For further assistance, please consult our HelpDesk.
The media should be printed on within the specified ink limit. Exceeding the ink limit can lead to longer drying time, bleeding, lower resolution and poor adhesion of the lamination film.
Printed media should be thoroughly dried before rolling-up for transport to avoid ink smearing.
A fresh pair of cotton gloves should be used while handling the bare media to avoid sweat, grease and oil transfer on to the media that could interfere with the print quality.
When not in use, the media should be stored in its original packing.